Voyager I (video game)

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Voyager I
Voyager I (video game) (Cover).jpg
Publisher(s)Avalon Hill
Programmer(s)William D. Volk
Platform(s)Atari 8-bit family. TRS-80
Release1981: Apple II

Voyager I: Sabotage of the Robot Ship is a computer game designed and programmed by William D. Volk,[1] and published by the Microcomputer Games division of Avalon Hill. It was originally released for the Apple II in 1981,[1] with later versions for the Atari 8-bit family,[2] TRS-80 Color Computer,[3] TRS-80, and Commodore PET.


Voyager I is a real-time science fiction adventure in which the player's mission is to stop a kamikaze alien ship bent on the destruction of Earth.[4]


Bruce Berrien reviewed Voyager I in Space Gamer No. 67.[4] Berrien commented that "the game is slow-moving and rather boring [...] Voyager I quickly becomes predictable."[4]


  1. ^ a b Hague, James. "The Giant List of Classic Game Programmers".
  2. ^ "Voyager I". Atari Mania.
  3. ^ Boyle, L. Curtis. "Voyager". Tandy Color Computer Games.
  4. ^ a b c Berrien, Bruce (Jan–Feb 1984). "Capsule Reviews". Space Gamer. Steve Jackson Games (67): 34–35.